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Outlook 2000 duplicate personal folders

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by pollyanna, May 1, 2001.

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  1. pollyanna

    pollyanna Thread Starter

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    I currently have 4 copies of the same personal folders in my outlook 2000. How do I delete the extra copies of the folders.

     
  2. EAFiedler

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    Hi pollyanna
    What mode do you have running for Outlook 2000?
    Corporate/Workgroup (CW) or Internet Mail Only (IMO)
    Help>About Microsoft Outlook, should say on the second line.

    (CW)Try right clicking on the Personal Folders, select Close Personal Folders.
    Tools>Services, Hightlight the Personal Folders you want to Remove and select the Remove button.
    You may need to select the Properties button first to see what .pst file it is attached to. I renamed all my Personal Folders with the .pst file so that at a glance I could tell which one belonged.

    After removing the Personal Folders list from your Services, you would need to locate the .pst file and delete it.

    Let us know if this works for you or if you are using Internet Mail Only.
     
  3. pollyanna

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    Sorry...I should have mentioned that I am using IMO...
     
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